Archived News for Green Sector Professionals - September, 2016
Gina Rinehart’s proposed 30-million-tonne Alpha coal mine is storming ahead after clearing its latest legal hurdle.
Mackay joins anti-fluoride drive
Ice core warning questioned
Three folks stoke DNA advance
BHP's spill could cost $79 bil
Linc leaking rehab funds
Expert dismayed at powerful change
Trump told Paris matters
Burnie backs natural resting place
A council in Tasmania has backed plans for a natural, eco-friendly burial site.
Island research upgrades expected
Australian scientists are calling for the Federal Government to come through with funding for the Macquarie Island research centre.
Sunny Coast waste going underground
Sunshine Coast will soon feature a high-tech, automated, underground waste collection system.
Water bears' X-ray resistance decoded
Water bears appear to have a protein that protects their DNA from X-rays.
BP's Bight spill models surface
Research says an oil spill from a proposed BP project could smash South Australian tourism and aquaculture.
Canada to regulate unwilling areas
Canada is introducing a carbon price for regions that do not regulate emissions by themselves.
Coal cooling is not political
Experts say major super funds are not moving away from coal investments for political reasons.
Finnish facility piques local interest
South Australian authorities are interested in a giant underground facility being dug in Finland.
Coal closure damage downplayed
New research suggests Australia could phase out coal production without taking a massive economic hit.
RDA review gets underway
The Terms of Reference for an independent review of the RDA grants program have been released.
Rural shift costs still covered
Barnaby Joyce is not releasing the cost-benefit analysis for moving 175 public servants from Canberra to Armidale.